The second most common of the symptoms of spirit attachment is: Strong Negative Emotions in the Living Person. Everything that exists groups itself according to the speed of vibration. If … Continue Reading →
It is a depersonalization and not an alien abduction Steve Ramsey, PhD -Public Health It is a depersonalization and not an alien abduction, that is my theory about those who … Continue Reading →
One day in the late 1840s, Princess Alexandra Amelie, the 23-year-old daughter of the recently abdicated King Ludwig I of Bavaria, was making her way through the corridors of the … Continue Reading →
The problem of possession caused by addiction. During these current, unsettling times, addiction has become a source of serious anguish for a great amount of people both in terms of … Continue Reading →
Josef Mengele, byname Todesengel (German: “Angel of Death”), the evil german doctor (born March 16, 1911, Günzburg, Germany—died February 7, 1979, Enseada da Bertioga, near Sao paulo , Brazil), Evil Nazi … Continue Reading →
Anxiety, especially chronic anxiety, commonly leads to back pain Muscle tension may be the primary cause, but there are other supplementary anxiety symptoms that could also cause back pain Simple … Continue Reading →
Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is a disorder characterized by extreme exhaustion or lethargy that does not go away with rest and cannot be explained by an underlying medical condition. For … Continue Reading →
narcissism (example president Trump), psychopathy ; For 15 years, research into dark personality traits (including narcissism (example president Trump), psychopathy and Machiavellianism) has been rapidly expanding. We now know that these traits are far more evident, on average, in men than women. Continue Reading →
Are we in control? And if so where is God in this picture?When a jury finds a defendant guilty of a crime or a tribunal disciplines a doctor for malpractice, we tacitly assume that the blameworthy party had a good awareness of their actions and the outcomes that ensued.
We always assume things because there are many fake and false stories and many good actors who get away with crime because they have a good lawyer who can make you believe that his client is suffering from delusions caused by stress, depression and mental illness. Continue Reading →
How your brain is handling the pandemic? In record numbers, Americans are anxious, worried, sleep-deprived, distracted, and depressed. The China virus pandemic’s triple whammy of an invisible and omnipresent threat (coronavirus infection), profound disruptions in daily life, and uncertainty for the future has thrust many people into a chronic, high-stress state that is, let’s just say, less than optimal for rational thinking or any other sort of higher-order cognitive functioning.
While the Covid-19 pandemic rages on worldwide, the immediate mental health impact of this collective trauma is coming into focus even as the outlook for long-term psychological effects remains considerably fuzzier. People are suffering with Covid stress, covid anxiety , covid depression and covid anger ,fighting each others , pointing fingers, reduce trust in the government and health authorities who changing their mind all the time making the people less trusted with what they say.
Are we experiencing a pandemic of mental illness? Much has been reported about the ill-termed “mental health pandemic” that seems to be surging through the U.S. and other countries in lockstep with lockdowns and the death, societal disruption, and economic devastation of the viral pandemic.
Many experts have sounded the alarm too late and in some areas too shallow, for an approaching tsunami of psychological maladies that could sink an already overburdened mental healthcare system. People are not used too seen their families less, not traveling, not gathering , not going to bars and movies , not going to the games, wedding and parties, this is the heart of American and Canadian way of living ,It is hard to adjust to new reality for them . They can’t find toilet papers in the store! What the F is going on as many says.
A growing cache of data seems to bear out those fears. One of the most recent, survey conducted in April and May, found a three-fold increase in depression since the pandemic began.
The researchers examined mental health problems relative to 13 pandemic-specific stressors, including loss of a job, death of someone close to you due to Covid-19, and financial problems (see box for full list). The more stressors people reported, the more likely they were to also report symptoms of anxiety and depression.
Other studies show similar rises. From April to June, the Census Bureau tracked anxiety and depression symptoms among Americans in weekly emergency surveys, finding a sharp rise in both.
In a Kaiser Family Foundation Health conducted in July, more than half of U.S. adults (53 percent) said worry and stress related to coronavirus has had a negative impact on their mental health, up from 39 percent in May.
A key question is whether, and to what degree, pandemic-related symptoms of anxiety and depression will progress into serious mental illness and increased rates of suicide and addiction, or if all this angst and gloom is more accurately seen as a normal adaptive response to the amped-up stress that many people are experiencing during Covid.
The evolving field of disaster mental health requires that practitioners (clinicians and indigenous helpers) work with individuals and whole communities in the field rather than in an office.
Among the lessons it has taught us is that large-scale traumatic events such as 9/11 or Hurricane Katrina trigger immediate and persistent psychological symptoms in large swaths of the affected population. Continue Reading →
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Dear Friends, and readers
For many people who have recently lost a loved one, the very sight of leaves falling from the trees in This winter with covid still in the Air and China virus killing millions and destroying lives and economy, fear sets in and the worse than that is increasing level of anxiety from fear of death, contracting china virus, and losing loved one over, the upcoming holiday season.
The closer we get to December, the greater the pain and loneliness which often creates the impression that the holidays may be impossible to survive.
To make matters worse, it seems that we are left alone with these feelings, because it is not appropriate to discuss a sad topic like grief, sadness, stress and anger and we left alone to deal with denial, shock, anger and depression ,mourning during the holidays when everyone around us is carefree and happy, or pretending to be happy.
The loss of life is worse but it can be devastated also when you lose your job, divorce your partner or lose your pet. Crying seems the only comfort you have at this moment.
So how to “survive” those first holidays after the loss of a significant person or element in your life? You can email me , here in my blog and I will do my best to help you guide you for free , you are not alone, and you need someone to listen to your pain and help you to navigate the difficulties
If you are in a situation where you can’t cope you can email me for help. If I do not answer immediately or replies right away, please understand that we receive hundreds of emails a month.
I can also direct you to social worker or clinical psychologist and hope I can help you to realize that this life is a short trip and we must do our best to help each other, be kind to one another and point the facts and not fingers. Remember that in extreme stress, anxiety and depression you are weak and the paranormal senses can be very strong and you think you are losing your mind.
Steve Ramsey, PhD, Public Health, PgD-Natural Health ,
MSc medical ultrasound, BSc diagnostic imaging. Diploma in Radiology, Diploma in Sonography, SPI Physics teacher online, and MSK hands on instructor. Author
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Many mentally challenged and dangerous immigrants brought to Canada, we ask why? Canadians should sue the immigration minister and Canada officials who bring those people with so many mental issues from bipolarism, psychosis , schizophrenia, to many other problems here to Canada and we the taxpayers pay the bills under humanity and human rights . Many of those people come specifically from India, punjab,Iran, Iraq, Pakistan, Jordan, Eastern Europe and China. Then they have anxiety and depression in this cold country with long winter and kill people , beheaded them in greyhound bus , rape children , paedophile behaviour , so called honour killing, killing people with cars and drive overtime then the court release them due to mental issues back to the street. Or some go to spend time in 5 star hotel called canada prison with everything paid from schooling to food to finishing a degree ! enough is enough and stop bringing those people here without screening , we are sick and tired and it is not fair for the rest of indians, punjabis, and middleastren people who are good and work hard and have great personality but people here look at the bad apple, and the retarded person and then judge all the same.
said a person from the community. Zaineddin Al Aalak (inset) was charged with second-degree murder and committing an indignity to a body in connection with the death of his father, whose body was discovered at a construction site in Okotoks. AL CHAREST/POSTMEDIA
A Calgary man accused of killing his father and dumping his remains at an Okotoks construction site made a brief appearance in a Calgary courtroom Thursday morning.
Zaineddin Al Aalak is charged with second-degree murder and committing an indignity to a body in connection with the death of his father, whose body was discovered Monday.
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Thursday morning, the 21-year-old appeared briefly in a Calgary courtroom via CCTV from the remand centre. The matter was put over for another month.
Police believe an altercation that occurred at Al Aalak’s Acadia home ultimately led to the death of his father, whose body was discovered at the construction site on the D’Arcy Ranch golf course.
Officers were first called to the accused’s home late Monday afternoon for a check on welfare call.
Police returned the next day “to ask more questions and to connect some dots,” said Calgary police acting Insp. Paul Wozney, and Al Aalak was eventually arrested and charged.
The name of the accused’s 53-year-old father has not officially been confirmed by authorities.
A former high school classmate and friend of Al Aalak from Hamilton, Ont., said he was “shocked” when he learned about the charges.
“He never came across as violent whatsoever,” said the friend, who asked not to be identified.
Social media accounts appearing to belong to the accused clearly indicated his passion for martial arts.
Al Aalak followed several mixed martial arts fighters on social media and appeared to maintain his own Facebook page promoting himself as an MMA athlete.
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Family estrangements are fundamental to the human story, starting the day that God tossed Adam and Eve from the garden. Likewise, in Greek mythology, there’s Electra, who murdered her mother to avenge her father, and Tantalus, who cooked his son and fed him to Olympian gods. Then Abraham who almost killed his son Ishmael as a sacrifice just when he puts the knife on his neck , God stopped him and replace the sacrifice with a lamb.
Marriage may fall ,partners drifting away from each other, romance turn to boring life and a nutshell routine, family cut-offs have led to painful, shattering ends: King Henry II was forever on edge fielding challenges and betrayals from his sons; Mozart’s marriage left him estranged from his father, the controlling, nagging, unbearable Leopold; This king also killed most of his wives and broke the catholic law by marring his wife sister after killing here , that’s why he discovered the Anglican church to separate from the catholic and make his own rules.
The American founding father Benjamin Franklin broke from his son, William, who supported the British king. Then there was the rift between Ronald Reagan and his activist daughter, Patti; and between Barack Obama’s, Jr and Sr. the list goes on.
Estrangements between siblings are especially brutal. The sisters and Hollywood stars Olivia de Havilland and Joan Fontaine engaged in a lifelong feud. Julia Roberts helped to fund a custody battle against her brother and fellow actor, Eric. From Cleopatra to Genghis Khan, the powerful have murdered or cut off their siblings as a matter of routine.
I’ve seen breakups in my own family. My brother and his wife, I tried hard to make them back but few years later they are departed, I blame my brother behavior for losing such a wonderful and beautiful woman. I bought them a house and helped them so much but at the end all the money I spent didn’t help at all . When you lose respect you lose the passion and romance.
The statistics on family estrangement vary by study but are always sobering. In 2015, the psychologist Richard Conti of Kean University reported that more than 43 per cent of the 154 students he surveyed had experienced a family estrangement.
More recent statistics come from Karl Pillemer, a family sociologist and gerontologist directing the Cornell Family Reconciliation Project. In his latest book, Fault Lines: Fractured Families and How to Mend Them (2020), he reports that among a representative sample of 1,340 Americans aged 18 and older, 27 per cent were estranged from a relative – including 10 per cent estranged from a parent or child, 8 per cent from a sibling, and the remaining 9 per cent estranged from a smattering of cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents and other relations. Half of these estrangements had gone on for at least four years. Looking only at immediate families, Pillemer estimates that nearly 20 per cent of American adults are in a state of estrangement right now.
This cold stat shows the human suffering caused by estrangement. ‘Being rejected by family, or deciding to leave, can be one of the most traumatic experiences in a person’s life, ‘writes the social work researcher Kylie Agllias in Family Estrangement: A Matter of Perspective (2016). ‘Adult children are maligned for estranging an older parent, or parents shamed for casting out a child,’ and sibling estrangements are ‘often overlooked altogether’.
Thankfully, a group of therapists and social scientists are forging a road back. One of them is the American psychologist Joshua Coleman, author of the forthcoming book Rules of Estrangement. His interest in the field was sparked after his own daughter, then in her early 20s, cut him off. ‘It was the most painful, disorienting thing that I’ve ever had to go through,’ he tells me. He consulted a series of therapists who gave him ‘terrible, counterproductive advice, from telling me to point out all the good things I’d done for her to demanding she talk to me’.
None of it worked so Coleman came up with a plan of his own: he would see everything through his daughter’s eyes and take responsibility for her complaints. It took a while, but the strategy was effective, and his daughter took him back. ‘We are now very close,’ he says.
A complementary perspective comes from Pillemer. ‘Can’t live with them, can’t live without them,’ he says of families after decades of research. Despite the cheery view of family depicted in media, in reality ‘most people have an ambivalent experience’, he says. As part of the research for his earlier book 30 Lessons for Living: Tried and True Advice from the Wisest Americans (2012), Pillemer asked the elderly about life lessons they valued most. ‘A surprising number … talked about family estrangements as the most disruptive [and] distressing’ events of all, he says.
Finding almost no existing research on the topic, Pillemer stepped into the breach, launching a series of studies including a national survey and in-depth interviews. These people, who’d been through estrangement, were ‘despondent’, says Pillemer. But as the interviews continued, he ran into a minority who had successfully reconciled after 10, 20 or even 30 years. ‘For them it was so powerful, it was such a transformative experience’ that Pillemer shifted his focus to them, culling their wisdom into his new book Fault Lines. Continue Reading →
Reasons of why you feel tired
Any serious illness, such as cancer or stroke, or recovering from medical treatments can make you tired. But other illnesses can also leave you feeling washed out.
We all experience tiredness at times, which can be relieved by sleep and rest. Fatigue is when the tiredness is often overwhelming and isn’t relieved by sleep and rest.
One of the most common medical reasons for feeling constantly run down is iron deficiency anemia. Or your body is low on Vitamin B12, B9. Remember do not take Iron without your doctor order as he/ she might do lab test and prescript Iron for you for 2 to 4 weeks only and you must stop and do not take extra dose or take more than what the doctor asked you to do, as it can damage your liver on the long run. It’s possible to have too much iron, which can also cause tiredness, when it’s known as iron-overload disorder (hemochromatosis).
This is a relatively rare inherited condition that affects men and women between the ages of 30 and 60. In turn that will affect the level of the zinc and vitamin C in your body .
Women with heavy periods and pregnant women are especially prone to anemia.
But it can also affect men and postmenopausal women, when the cause is more likely to be problems with the stomach and intestines, such as an ulcer or taking non steroidal anti informatory drug
Typically, you feel you can’t be bothered to do anything, your muscles feel heavy, and you get tired very quickly.
Sleep apnea is a condition where your throat narrows or closes during sleep and repeatedly interrupts your breathing.
This results in loud snoring and a drop in your blood’s oxygen levels. The difficulty in breathing means you wake up often in the night and feel exhausted the next day. It’s most common in overweight middle-aged men. Drinking alcohol and smoking makes it worse.
An underactive thyroid gland means you have too little thyroid hormone (thyroxin) in your body. This makes you feel tired. You’re also likely to put on weight and have aching muscles and dry skin. It’s most common in women and happens more often as you get older.
This is a lifelong disease caused by the immune system reacting to gluten. Gluten is a protein found in bread, cakes and cereals.
One in 100 people in the UK are affected, but research suggests many of them don’t know they have the condition, according to patients in UK.
Other symptoms of celiac disease, apart from tiredness, are diarrhea, bloating, anemia and weight loss. Your GP can do a blood test to check if you may have celiac disease.
Chronic fatigue syndrome
Chronic fatigue syndrome (also known as myalgia encephalomyelitis, or ME) is a severe and disabling fatigue that goes on for at least 4 months. There may be other symptoms, such as muscle or joint pain.
One of the main symptoms of type 1 and type 2 diabetes is feeling very tired.
Other key symptoms are feeling very thirsty, peeing a lot (particularly at night) and weight loss. Speak to a GP if you think you might have DIABETES. Remember that take diabetic medication or injections can lead to Vitamin b12, and iron deficiency. Drinking coffee and black tea can also deplete your iron. Smoking also can affect the amount of oxygen in the red blood cell
Glandular fever is a common viral infection that causes fatigue, along with fever, sore throat, and swelling of the glands
Most cases happen in teenagers and young adults. Symptoms usually clear up within 4 to 6 weeks, but the fatigue can linger for several more months.
As well as making you feel very sad, depression can also make you feel drained of energy.
It can stop you falling asleep, or causing you to wake up early in the morning, which makes you feel more tired during the day.
This is when you get an overwhelming urge to move your legs, which can keep you awake at night. You might also have an unpleasant crawling sensation or a deep ache in your legs. Or your legs might jerk spontaneously through the night. Whatever your symptoms, your sleep will be disrupted and poor quality, so you’ll feel very tired throughout the day.
Feeling anxious is sometimes perfectly normal. But some people have constant uncontrollable feelings of anxiety that are so strong they affect their daily life. Doctors call this generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). It’s a common condition, affecting slightly more women than men. As well as feeling worried and irritable, people with GAD often feel tired.
Covid situation, lost of your job and the stress that covid cased can lead you to have stress, think too much , worry too much and in turn it can affect your mental state , ability to focus at work and have a good night sleep. Continue Reading →
THIS IS HER STORY
I seriously need help but I don’t know who to turn to.
Be aware that I only started taking notes on the 4th of September 2020.
On the 27th of July 2020, I had to put down my cat, which I adored with all my heart. I was still crying so much on the second day of her passing that I decided to look up pet afterlife videos on YouTube. I fell upon one of Danielle McKinnon’s videos, and that’s when I finally felt relief knowing that my cat was still with me.
I must say that I never stopped talking to my cat. When I would go out, I would say goodbye. When I came in, I would say hi! When I looked at the places where she often hung around, you guessed it; I talked to her. On nights that I would watch a movie, I pretended that my cat was resting on me and would pet her back, just like we always did.
About one week or two after the passing of my cat, I started to feel as if I had energy coming out of my fingertips. The next day it intensified, and I suddenly witnessed first hand how we are all energy. The day after that, I could feel the energy coming out of everything! For a few days, I didn’t know what was going on and felt very baffled.
I did not realize then how it was important for me to take notes when such and such event happened, so I might sound a little bit confused.
One night, while I was watching a movie, I called Lea to come and watch a movie with me. Since her death, I had done this every time I watched a movie. So, I pretended I was petting her and that’s when I started to feel her whiskers, her breath and even her kissing me as she always did when she was alive.
The night after that, I couldn’t wait to watch a movie with my girl. All-day, I felt a small animal, such as a little dog or cat, walking on my feet and trying to jump on my knees. So, thinking it was my baby girl, called Lea, I kept on telling her to jump on me, but she wouldn’t; she stayed with her feet on my feet and her head on my knees, begging me to pick her up. I must tell you that I am in a motorized wheelchair, and so you can understand how it would be easy for an animal to walk and rest on my feet.
I think it was on that same night that while I was lying in bed, I saw three figures (silhouettes). One; that I could not see very well but figured that it was my cat because I could faintly feel it licking my fingers, as she used to do—another one; going back and forth on my feet and one more that I call the guardian because it did not move.
So, first, I discovered my cat, and then there were three cats, and then four. Also, I thought that I was going to be able to feel them only at night, but that is not the case. I can feel their mustaches, their little wet nose, and I can feel their breath anytime they are near me and even if there are people around.
Quick update: 5ft Sept. 2020. I am now surrounded by at least five or six pets. I can feel their whiskers… there is even one that seems to be very young because it is chewing on my shoes and pinched the back of my leg yesterday. Also, they are not all cats as I thought; there are also dogs and maybe even other types of animal such as rats.
The 9th of September 2020
Now I need serious help. This situation is not fun anymore. About 3 nights ago, I counted 9 animals in my bed; that is when my problems began. This will sound absolutely impossible, but I swear to you on my father’s head, who is still alive, that what I am about to tell you is real.
The night that I could see 9 different shadows of pets, I sensed one coming up to my ear at a swift but delicate pace, and it resembled a lot like a Chihuahua that we had, my parents and I some 30 years ago. Now you may think to yourself, “So what? it’s only a Chihuahua, what harm can that do?” I am very embarrassed to tell you that the Chihuahua started licking my private parts.
On that first night of her appearance, I got it to stop, but all the days ever since, she has been continuously licking my vagina and my butthole. I swear to you this is not a joke. It is not fun at all to have this freaking ghost Chihuahua dog licking your private parts from morning ’till night.
I have tried chasing her away with sage. Since I did not want to chase away my own cat, I’ve decided last night only to purify my body, as well as my motorized wheelchair. This afternoon I think I will have no choice but to try to cleanse the whole apartment since it did not work at all.
Update the 12th of September 2020
The sage made things worse; it intensified the Chihuahua’s pace. I tried telling them that they are not welcome anymore, that they must all go. That was last night. Today, I am ignoring them, but I can still feel some of them touching me with their whiskers. As for the little corrupted one, I still feel it but faintly.
Some Paranormal chasers have told me to stop talking to my baby and any of them, to stop giving them attention. They also said I should firmly ask them to go away… but I don’t think they will. One told me to look up what an incubus was and that it should give me an idea of what I am dealing with.
Do you have any suggestions as to what to do meanwhile to protect myself?
I literally did not sleep last night and surely won’t sleep at all tonight either because I am now afraid that they will get angry with me now that I am ignoring them.
It wIll sound stupid, but I put a garlic head under the seat of my motorized wheelchair.
Do you recommend something else?
Have you ever heard of such a situation?
I need some professional help, can you help me
Sincerely ( K.D_ ) Carol ; City: Rimouski, Region: Quebec, Canada.
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